Training - Environmental Quality Control - Basic Concepts
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The objective of the training is to present the basic concepts of quality control used in the environmental chemical testing laboratory.

6/16/2017
When: June 16, 2017
1:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Beth Horan
202-8875872 x106


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TRAINING - Environmental Quality Control - Basic Concepts

Tuesday, May 2, 2017, 1:00 – 3:00pm ET

The objective of the training is to present the basic concepts of quality control used in the environmental chemical testing laboratory.  The NELAC Institute ITNI) standard presents quality control activities.  “Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater” and EPA methods for drinking water use similarly named quality control functions.

A laboratory operating in several environmental regulatory programs must be aware of the differences. Personnel must know the reason for the quality control sample in order to streamline operations.  Using the quality control terms of the method and program may result in excess qc samples that do not provide any additional knowledge.  This training will provide the basic concepts used in all technologies.


Members $50;  Non-Members - $99


About the Speaker:   Marlene Moore, Advanced Systems, Inc.

Marlene Moore has managed and performed work for full service sampling and testing laboratories. She majored in chemistry at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and has attended and provided a variety of management, business and technical training courses.

Current work includes performing assessments, evaluations and providing training.  Training includes quality management training for organizational and project management, relative to sampling, testing and data collection activities of chemical and biological applications. Laboratory and sampling organizations from the private sector and government operations have benefited from the experiences and training presented during training discussions.